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PostPosted: Wed Jun 27, 2007 10:29 am    Post subject: Porsche 996 Buyers Guide Available by Adrian Crawford Reply with quote

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- Porsche 911 Buyers Guide for 996 of 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003. Covering both 2 and 4 wheel drive, coupe, Targa and convertible, plus C4S and Turbo models

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Porsche 911 Carrera 996 Porsche 911 Turbo 996 Buying Guide

Do you know all you need to before you buy a used Porsche 911 Carrera, C2, C4, Carrera 4S or 996 Turbo?

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Why learn the hard way? Reduce the risk of buying a clocked, crashed, sick, stolen lemon or money pit. Improve your chances of finding the Porsche 911 Carrera or 911 turbo (also know as Porsche 996 Carrera) of your dreams using my Porsche 911 ( 996 ) Buying guide...

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My Porsche 911 & Carrera 996 buyers guide will help you to quickly and easily identify the good from the bad.
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It's a fact that Porsche can lead varied lives, most Porsche 911 look good, but many are hiding problems that could cost you $1000's.........and some are hiding things that you can never put right. Every day someone crashes, totals, ruins or steals a Porsche, one that you probably would not want to buy but some naive buyer will purchase and regret.

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Could these two Porsche 911 996 be the same car? Would you know how to tell? I can show you how I check for accident damage easily.

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Why learn the hard way? Quickly, confidently be able to better check a used Porsche 911 Carrera (996 Carrera) before you buy the wrong one .... Get prepared, before you spend your money on a used Porsche 996.

All too often I see people buying the wrong Porsche 911 from the wrong people with the wrong information - its essential to get it right. Use the same easy Step by step process that I have employed to find the lovely, genuine examples.

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The common faults for that model.

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Where to look for hidden accident damage or repairs.

How to spot forged/falsified documents.

How to make a worthwhile test drive.

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Guarantees/Warranties? what they really offer.

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Negotiate from a stronger position.

Easy fixes and tips.

and much more too..
Is the guide worth the money? For under $35 (app £20) it may save you buying a lemon and getting conned out of thousands. If it saves you from having a no hoper inspected....or saves one wasted journey to look at an inaccurately described 911 it is money well invested.

What is in the guide? The manual contains the tips and techniques that I have learnt from actually buying 100's of Porsche year in, year out, not just theory....practical, real life tips that you can easily apply. Each 911 guide is different, all models have their quirks and weaknesses.

Why not get a professional inspection? Before arranging a professional inspection you will need to identify the right Porsche, otherwise you can waste hundreds. Using the guide means you don't have to totally rely on the inspection.

Buying a Porsche from someone you trust...is great, but everyone can make a mistake....so it still pays to know what you are doing, even if only to confirm your judgement of the person with the Porsche 911 for sale.

Magazine buyers guides are unlikely to cover the subject in detail and are often compiled from various different sources. I have seen some pretty dodgy advice written.

Worldwide. The principles and information are relevant wherever you are looking for a 911. I have customers successfully using the guide all over the World.

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Porsche 911 Buyers Guide for 996 of 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 2005. Covering both 2 and 4 wheel drive, coupe, Targa and convertible, plus C4S and Turbo models.

The Porsche 911 996 is generally strong, although it 996 does have its weaknesses that you should check for. It's really easy to overlook items that need replacement now or in the near future and find you have big repair bills looming. Irrespective of whether you are buying privately or from an Official Porsche Centre it pays to know what you should look for and know the car is genuine. Its a lot of money to invest.

MAC users: Note this guide is suitable for a PC, not a MAC.

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